Santori, G.; et al. (2018): Adsorption artificial tree for atmospheric carbon dioxide capture, purification and compression
Santori, G.; Charalambous, C.; Ferrari, M.; Brandani, S. (2018): Adsorption artificial tree for atmospheric carbon dioxide capture, purification and compression. In: Energy. DOI: 10.1016/j.energy.2018.08.090.
"Many well-established processes can remove carbon dioxide from the atmosphere but the real technological challenge consists of concentrating and compressing carbon dioxide at the conditions for long term geological storage, with efficient use of non-fossil energy sources. A thermally-driven, negative-carbon adsorption process for capture, purification and compression of carbon dioxide from air is proposed. The process is based on a series of batch adsorption compressors of decreasing size to deliver a compressed carbon dioxide stream to a final storage."